Landscape engineering

The Landscape Engineering study programme presents a set of measures addressed in agricultural and rural landscapes. It covers the issues of harmonisation of production activities, their diversification with the creation of healthy living conditions with a focus on sustainable living and in accordance with the interests of water management, forestry, transport infrastructure, rural development, etc. This issue is closely linked to the protection and improvement of the soil and the protection of nature and the landscape. Waste management, recycling, the disposal of old environmental burdens and the recovery of waste, especially from agricultural production - its use to increase the organic matter content of the soil - are also part of the issue.



Prospects of graduates

The graduate finds employment in state administration institutions such as environmental authorities, land offices, forest offices, Slovak Land Fund, cadastral offices, cadastral administrations, municipal offices, etc. Waste management issues, recycling, disposal of old environmental burdens and recovery of wastes, especially from agricultural production - their use to increase the content of organic matter in the soil - are also part of the subject. They will be applied in consultancy services, especially in ecological issues, in the field of secondary raw materials management and in the field of the environment. They can also be used in contractor organisations focusing on land reclamation and water management construction, etc.



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Conditions of admission

Basic admission requirements

The basic condition for admission to the study according to §56 (1) of Act No. 131/2002 Coll. on Higher Education and on Amendments and Additions to Certain Acts as amended by later regulations is the acquisition of a complete secondary education or a complete secondary vocational education.

Other admission requirements

The selection of applicants to the horticulture and landscape engineering programmes will be made by ranking according to the results of studies from secondary school, where the qualitative indicator will be the study average of the grades achieved in the first three years. Admission is also subject to an interview, which will be conducted online. This admission principle applies to applicants who are applying to study at the Faculty of Physical Education and Culture for the first time.

For applicants who have already studied at FZKI, the results obtained in secondary school, including the final examination, and the results obtained in studies at the faculty are considered.

If the planned number of admitted candidates for individual study programmes is not filled, the faculty reserves the right to announce a second round of admissions, which will be announced at least two months before the last day for the submission of applications.

In the case of applicants who are not admitted to a priority study programme, the Dean of the Faculty reserves the right to admit the applicant to another, related, study programme.



Additional information

Application for studies is submitted exclusively in electronic form!

Apply here:

https://is.uniag.sk/prihlaska/



Conditions for international students

COORDINATOR FOR WORK WITH FOREIGN STUDENTS AT FZKI SPU V NITRE:

Prof. Ing. Miroslava Kačániová, PhD. - Vice-Dean for Foreign Relations and Public Relations; tel.: 037/ 641 5425; miroslava.kacaniova@uniag.sk

Information for international applicants or applicants who have graduated abroad

In addition to the required attachments, foreign applicants or applicants who have graduated abroad are required to attach a Decision on Recognition of Education Document to the application form (http://www.uniag.sk/en/admission-requirements/).The Recognition Decision is issued by the competent Regional Education Administration Office of the applicant's place of residence. The procedure for the processing of the above-mentioned documents is set out on the website of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic

https://www.minedu.sk/uznavanie-ukonceneho-vzdelania-na-zakladnych-a-strednych-skolach/.

In the case of a foreign applicant without a residence permit in the Slovak Republic, the decision is issued by the Regional Office of School Administration in Nitra, J. Vuruma 1, 949 01 Nitra application for recognition of an education document.

The basic condition for admission to studies according to §56 (1) of Act No. 131/2002 Coll. on Higher Education and on Amendments and Supplements to Certain Acts, as amended, is the acquisition of a complete secondary education or a complete secondary vocational education. In the case of persons who have been granted asylum, subsidiary protection or temporary refuge, this requirement may be demonstrated by an affidavit and a general aptitude test. Details will be determined by the faculties in the admission requirements.

Foreign applicants (the exception is applicants from the Czech Republic) who will study a study programme offered in the Slovak language at the SPU in Nitra must compulsorily pass an online test aimed at determining the level of their linguistic competence in the Slovak language. The testing is provided by the SPU Language Centre in Nitra on two dates: 28.5.2024 and 23.7.2024.

On the basis of the test results, the applicant will be issued with a certificate of his/her language proficiency level (levels according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). The test and the certificate are subject to a fee (test: EUR 20,-, certificate: EUR 10,-).

If the applicant's level of linguistic competence is below A1, the applicant will not be admitted to the course.

If the applicant's language proficiency level is A1, the applicant has fulfilled one of the conditions for admission to the study, but will be obliged to attend a 30-hour paid Slovak language course organised by the Centre of Languages of the SPU in Nitra (course fee: 120,- EUR). The course will run from 26.8.2024 - 6.9.2024. Upon completion of the course, the applicant will be issued with a certificate of completion.

If the applicant's level of language proficiency is A2 or above, the applicant has fulfilled one of the conditions for admission to the course.

Detailed information about the test and the course can be found on the Language Centre website: https://cj.uniag.sk/sk/domov/



Coordinator for students with specific needs

University Counselling and Support Centre of SPU in Nitra (UPaPC) provides psychological counselling for all students of the University, as well as coordination activities for students and applicants for studies with specific needs.

University Coordinator for Students and Applicants with Specific Needs at SPU Nitra

Mgr. et Mgr. Jana Rybanská, PhD., University Counselling and Support Centre SPU in Nitra, tel.: 037/641 4754, e-mail: jana.rybanska@uniag.sk

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Coordinator for work with students with specific needs at FZKI SPU in Nitra

doc. Ing. arch. Roberta Štěpánková, PhD. - Vice-Dean for Studies; Dean's Office of the Faculty of Physical and Physical Sciences of SPU in Nitra; e-mail: roberta.stepankova@uniag.sk; tel.: 037 641 5412



General information on the admission exam

The selection of candidates for the study programmes Landscape Engineering and Horticulture will be realized by an admission interview (the candidate will appear in person for the interview on the appointed date) and by ranking the candidates according to the results of their studies from secondary school, where the qualitative indicator will be the study average of the grades achieved in the first three years and the results of the admission interview. This admission principle applies to applicants who are applying to study at the Faculty of Physical Education and Culture for the first time.



Form of entrance exam

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Tests

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  • Apply the application for study

    01.01.2024 - 30.04.2024

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
50


Current number of filed applications:
46


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 1000 €

The fee for admission procedure
E-application form: 40 €

Billing information

Submit applications electronically only!!!

Through the application form in the University Information System at SPU - UIS: https://is.uniag.sk/prihlaska

Payment of the admission fee: cashless according to the instructions given in the online application form

Follow the instructions on the online application form to make your admission fee payment!

Admission information is also posted at: www.fzki.uniag.sk

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Detail of the study program

 
 
The first three years of your studies could be funded by a scholarship of up to €9,000. More information

Detail of the study program

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